Venezuela: The Tipping Point (2019)
Editor, Writer, Narrator.
Spanish with English subtitles

Behind the Needle Exchange in Switzerland
Produced as a one-woman-band
French with English Subtitles

The story of millions of families who desperately flee the worst humanitarian and economic crisis in Venezuela's history. 

 

An inside look to a truck in Lausanne, Switzerland,  known for distributing free sterilized tools for drug consumption purposes. This initiative aims to help addicts avoid contracting diseases from reused needles. After 13 years of operation,  the truck expanded into a facility where addicts can consume drugs in a safer way, while being supervised by trained personnel.

Malvine Stone, the 100-year-old Holocaust survivor  
Produced as a one-woman-band
English

Malvine Stone can still recount the vivid and chilling memories when she escaped from the Nazis in the 1930's. She is the only surviving member of her family in Vienna, Austria. 

Venezuela Fights for Freedom 
Produced independently
Intelligible in English and Spanish

An investigation done by crowdsourcing texts, government laws, images, and videos from Venezuelans in their country and around the world. All material was gathered and edited by Arianne Alcorta. All phone interviews are original content, as well as videos of protests in Miami, FL. The piece reached half a million views on Youtube

Home wrecked 
Produced as a one-woman-band
English

Hurricane Sandy victims in the South Shore of Long Island, New York, relied on a state program to raise and recover their battered homes. But two and a half years later, the agency keeps changing the rules, the families are in debt, and the properties remain destroyed. 

A "High Five" for Venezuela 
Produced independently
Spanish with English Subtitles

Moved by the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, five women in Pamplona, Spain, join forces to send medical and basic essential supplies to the South American country. They have managed to send hundreds of kilograms of medicine, through the luggage of those who travel to Venezuela, and give a hand to those who need urgent help.

Columbia Raas
Produced independently
English

Mike Berkowitz, 21, from New Jersey, auditioned for an Indian dance team called “Raas” in his freshmen year at Columbia University. But the tryouts turned out more than a simple work out. The intense rehearsals are taking him to his third year of National Raas Championship.

The Ebola Response 
Produced independently
English

The African community in New York City feel that they are being stigmatized after the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. They are now encouraging others to send medical supplies to countries dealing with the deadly disease. One group of volunteers in the Bronx has taken this matter into their own hands.

Addicted to A's
Executive Producer
English

An in-depth look at the boom, pervasive usage, and drastic side effects of the "A" pill— frequently prescribed to those diagnosed with ADHD. 

The piece is a 30-minute documentary that exposes the reality of Adderall abuse on college campuses all across the United States.